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10, H12-44, is not really a C&NW locomotive. It was built in January 1951, #12L427, as Minnesota Western 10. It later became Minneapolis Northfield & Southern 10 in 1959. After retirement, it was acquired for display and painted in an authentic scheme.

94, H10-44, was built in December 1947, #L1171, as Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha 94. It became C&NW 94 in 1957 and was renumbered 2nd 1058 in December 1971. It was retired on August 4, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

95, H10-44, was built in February 1948, #10L40, as CMO 95 It became C&NW 95 in 1957 and was renumbered 2nd 1062 in December 1971. It was retired on August 23, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in September 1976.

96, H10-44, was built in February 1948, #10L41, as CMO 96. It became C&NW 96 in 1957 and was renumbered 2nd 1063 in December 1971. It was retired on August 17, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in September 1976.

97, H10-44, was built in February 1948, #10L42, as CMO 97. It became C&NW 97 in 1957 and was renumbered 2nd 1066 in December 1971. It was retired on September 9, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein.

98, H10-44, was built in February 1948, #10L43, as CMO 98. It became C&NW 98 in 1957 and was renumbered 2nd 1078 in December 1971. It was retired on February 1, 1976, and scrapped at Green Bay.

1036, H10-44, was built in November 1944, #L1002. It was retired and traded in to Electro-Motive January 1969.

1048, H10-44, was built in September 1946, #L1006. It was retired on September 3, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein later that year.

1049, H10-44, was built in September 1946, #L1016. It was retired on September 9, 1975, and scrapped at Oelwein in late 1976.

1050, H10-44, was built in October 1946, #L1017. It was retired on July 10, 1975, and sold to Precision National.

1051, H10-44, was built in September, 1946, #L1018. It was retired on July 10, 1975, and sold to Precision National.

1052, H10-44, was built in November 1947, #L1085. It was retired on July 10, 1975, and sold to Precision National.

1053, H10-44, was built in November 1947, #L1086. It was retired on July 10, 1975, and sold to Precision National.

1054, H10-44, was built in January 1948, #L1172. It was retired on August 21, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein later that year.

1055, H10-44, was built in January 1948, #L1173. It was retired on July 10, 1975, and sold to Precision National.

1056, H10-44, was built in June 1949, #10L134. It was retired June 2, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1057, H10-44, was built in July 1949, #10L135. It was retired September 1, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in late 1976.

1st 1058, H10-44, was built in August 1949, #10L136. It was retired in January 1969 and traded in to Electro-Motive.

1059, H10-44, was built in July 1949, #10L137. It was retired on January 9, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1060, H10-44, was built in August 1949, #10L138. It was retired on June 15, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1061, H10-44, was built in July 1949, #10L139. It was retired August 26, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in September 1976.

1st 1062, H10-44, was built in July 1949, #10L140. It was retired in January 1969, and scrapped at Oelwein in September 1976.

1063, H10-44, was built in December 1949, #10L284. It was retired in January 1969 and scrapped at Oelwein in late 1976.

1064, H10-44, was built in January 1950, #10L285. It was retired August 19, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in late 1976.

1065, H10-44, was built in January 1950, #10L286. It was retired June 3, 1975. Disposition is unknown.

1070, H10-44, was built in January 1950 #10L287. It was retired March 17, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in April.

1071, H12-44, was built in May 1959, #12L376. It was retired September 2, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein.

1072, H12-44, was built in May 1950, #12L377. It was retired August 26, 1976, and scrapped at Oelwein in September.

1082, H10-44, was built in June 1948, #10L59. It was retired and traded in to Electro-Motive in January 1969.

1110, H12-44, was built in December 1952, #12L709. It was retired August 16, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1111, H12-44, was built in December 1952, #12L710. It was retired November 29, 1974. Disposition is unknown.

1112, H12-44, was built in December 1952, #12L711. It was retired August 20, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1113, H12-44, was built in December 1952, #12L712. It was retired April 26, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

1114, H12-44, was built in August 1953, #12L768. It was retired March 25, 1970. Disposition is unknown.

1115, H12-44, was built in August 1953, #12L769. Disposition is unknown.

1116, H12-44, was built in August 1953, #12L770. It was retired March 8, 1976. Disposition is unknown.

 

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